Cambridge spectators only have a couple of home games to watch this weekend, with the rest of the club’s senior and youth teams either on the road or receiving byes.
On Saturday, John Kerkhof Park will host the Waikato Division 1 match between Cambridge and West Hamilton United (2.45pm), preceded by the Division 4 match between unbeaten Cambridge and winless Morrinsville (12.30pm).
Here’s how the weekend shapes up:
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The Reds head to Auckland again for a double header at Bill McKinlay Stadium, home of Uni-Mount Bohemian Celtic.
Cambridge have lost their last two games by the same 4-3 margins and while providing entertaining football for spectators, head coach Paul Richardson will want a win by any score.
The clubs’ U-23 sides will play at 12.30pm, followed by the first teams who will kick off at 3pm.
How to get there
Cambridge head to Te Puke United for a 12.30pm game on Saturday.
Last weekend’s results all went Cambridge’s way – with Cambridge beating Ngaruawahia United 3-0 – meaning the top six sides are all within a single point of each other.
A win at Te Puke will maintain Cambridge’s tilt at title honours.
Waikato Division 1
Cambridge host West Hamilton United at John Kerkhof Park on Saturday in a replay of their recent Waikato Cup tie, won 6-1 by the visitors.
The match kicks off at 2.45pm.
Waikato Division 4
Cambridge’s Division 4 team, who are undefeated so far in pre-season and competition this year, host Morrinsville at John Kerkhof Park on Saturday (12.30pm).
Morrinsville have yet to win this season so on form, Cambridge are pre-match favourites.
The D1 team has a bye this weekend.
The Cambridge 2 side head to Hamilton’s Korikori Park to face the well-performed Northern United Gaffers (3pm).
Sunday: Waikato Women’s Division 2
Cambridge travel to Ngaruawahia United’s Centennial Park (11am) for a top-of-the-table clash.
These two are the only sides in the division with 100% winning records in the competition.
Sunday: WaiBOP Y-League
The Cambridge U-15s have a bye this weekend while the U-13s travel to Tauranga’s Pemberton Park to meet Blue Rovers (Yellow) at 1pm.
Our club provides a choice of contact tracing systems – you can use either or both:
Scan the QR code poster for the government’s contact tracing app.
Log in to the web-based iDMe system used by NZ Football and clubs throughout the country.
To use the iDMe contact tracing system, in line with New Zealand Football guidelines for helping combat the risk of infection from COVID-19, we ask our members, players and visitors – including those from visiting clubs – to manually log-in using our unique venue code for John Kerkhof Park which is P-E-S-F-D.
Notice to visitors
Please be aware our grounds and clubrooms are 100% smoke-free and council bylaws forbid visitors from bringing dogs to our grounds.
We ask visitors to not park in the car park spaces marked reserved as these will be used by volunteers needing to work in our clubrooms (including caterers, bar, committee members). Thanks.